Vìen lays down the bases for a new wardrobe. It opens up the debate on the frenetic succession of collections. A new way of conceiving and developing one’s own fashion project. Detail and construction like in any contemporary atelier: outerwear regains the leading role with bold jackets, wide overcoats and a classic trench. Shirts. Trousers. The suit as a uniform.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Vìen is the upshot of the multidisciplinary creative project implemented by Vincenzo Palazzo: Puglia-born, Milan-trained and with a Japanese outlook. The new wave of creativity.
Vìen lays down the bases for a new wardrobe. It opens up the debate on the frenetic succession of collections. A new way of conceiving and developing one’s own fashion project. Detail and construction like in a contemporary atelier.
A way of thinking, mindful of the sense of femininity. Sensuality coming from an attitude. A schizophrenic idea of male and female. Covering and uncovering. Mixing genres and items. The individual character becomes a key prerequisite of style.
A critical and analytical eye embracing youth counterculture and the contemporary music scene to express a style that is totally personal.
One woman five stories, narrated by items from a menswear wardrobe with a female twist.
Outerwear redeeming centrality in the silhouette. The oversized trench. The poplin shirt. The cropped pant. The asymmetrical skirt.
A fondness for rare and refined fabrics. Dry wool, angora, Japanese denim, gabardine, soft gauze. Flowing lines and geometries chasing each other in a loose fit VS boxy shapes, swinging between light-bodied and dense fabrics. A rarefied soul in a street style mindset: a baseball cap, a logo t-shirt, a sweatshirt by day.
Structured dresses, wool petals overlapping and a thousand layers of crinoline mounted on strapless, striking at night.